Melia Aldeia dos Capuchos Golf and Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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... was over or why the little old man was so
That was followed by a woman having a screaming fit at a bus
line ticket office. She was well dressed and had a toddler in a stroller. What
happened? Was the bus you wanted to take sold out already so you had to hold
the line up for fifteen minutes while screaming obscenities at the ALSA company
This is the liveliness and emotion I expected of Seville and
Andalusia. I ...
... We found our train, the redline Vermelha train and after only a few minute wait, one euro twenty and Brittany having to sneak me thru the security gate because our card wouldn't work, we were on our way. We made one connection and got off at the Baixo-Chiado stop, the name of the neighborhood we were staying in. This was going to be our first attempt at using the website airbnb, it was a much cheaper option than the hotels and is basically a way for people ...
... church before making our way to the cloister in behind the massive halls of the sanctuary. I think it was top three of the places that we’ve visited so far. It was a big square courtyard surrounded by carved hallways of limestone. Where normally there would be gargoyles there were statues of all shapes and sizes coming from the walls; grasshoppers, cats, monkeys, and dragons. It was beautiful with a big patch of grass in the middle. Me and Tom sat there ...
... due to the fact that it is the cheapest item on the menu and it is meant for locals only. At the end, we ordered the pork sandwich and a "wet octopus rice". The pork sandwich was below 3 euros and the rice was around 13 euros. While the sandwich was respectable and cheap, the rice was amazing!! Each spoonful of rice is like a swim in the sea with the eight legged monster. I give it a 9/10. Next, we walked to a fado bar called A Tasca do Chico, in Bairro Alto. ...
... I was still wearing the black leggings, plaid red shirt and fedora that I had worn since leaving Boston. It was time for a shower. I looked out the window and the metro was insanely clean, just like Japan’s. Lisbon is a pretty clean city after all. Each stop had its own character. Colorful, eccentric designs covered the concave walls and gave spunk to the trains.
One of my favorite parts of traveling is eavesdropping. At home, I have ...